Blackberry is also known as "bramble berry" and "dewberry".
Blackberry is a widespread and popular shrub. It will grow up to 10 feet. They will produce a soft blackish fruit, commonly used for jellies, jams a...nd even wines.
Blackberry has been used in the Middle East as far back as the days of Jesus.
Blackberry is widespread, well-known shrub in the Rubus genus.
The plant can grow to about 3 m or 10 feet, and produce many popular fruits for desserts.
According to Chinese medicine, herbs are categorized by Yin or Yang. Blackberry is a Yin.
Blackberry as a tonic is perfect for treating diarrhea in children.
Blackberry is great for the ladies, helping restore vigor and stamina.
Disorders, irritations, ailments, and bodily systems treated by Blackberry
Anemia - Simply put, anemia is a deficiency of red blood cells. This can cause the blood to have trouble transporting oxygen to vital systems of the body.
Bleeding - Any form of hemorrhaging.
Boils - Simply put, a boil is a swelling or infection of a hair follicle or sweat gland.
Cholera - An acute infectious and deadly disease that causes severe diarrhea, vomiting, cramps and a great loss of fluids.
Diarrhea in children - Do we have to describe this ailment? Okay, if we must, we must. Diarrhea is the softening and liquefying of bowel movements. For infants, this ailment can be very dangerous.
Dysentery - If you have blood in your stool, you've got dysentery. I bet you wanted to know that one, huh?
Fevers - This should be self-explanatory. But for the sake of argument, let's go into it anyway. It's when the body temperature goes rises above the normal 98.6 degrees Farhenheit.
Vaginal irritations - This can include vaginal dryness, vaginal itching. Trust me, fellas, the ladies wouldn't want me to get into it any farther.
Bleeding gums - The gums or gingiva is the tissue that lays over the teeth. This tissue can be host to any number of diseases and deficiencies, including gingivitis (an inflammation of the gums).
They can also be weak or spongy. They can also bleed.
Excessive menstruation - Menstruation is when blood discharges from the uterus. It usually occurs every 4 weeks and lasts from 3 to 5 days in women. In typical menstruation cycles, this process is preceded by ovulation.
Rheumatism - A term that best describes disorders of the heart, bones, joints, kidneys, and lungs. A symptom of Rheumatism is back pain.
Weak peristalsis - The way your intestines move food through is peristalsis. Imagine food backing up because the process in which the bowels contracts and relaxes falls weak.
Sinus drainage - These cavity inside the cranium that is linked directly with the nasal cavity. If you're dripping snot out your nose, that's simply sinus drainage. It's really the opposite of nasal congestion.
Snakebite - There are all kinds of poisonous snakes, including the rattler, the asp, and the cobra. But, of course you already knew that.
Vomiting - This should be self-explanatory. But I think we should go into it - if for nothing else - for the fun of it. Simply put, vomiting is when all of the contents of your stomach are expelled up through your esophagus and out your mouth.